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Friday, 16 December 2011

Vray Setting Visopt Series 2: Interior Daylight

We have started this new series called Vray Setting Visopt Series. Soon we will commence the Vray SketchUp Material Series or Vismats. For the meantime here is our second Visopt courtesy of Nomeradona. The visopt will be only effective with the same scene; allowing the lighting to come in the interior.

Nomeradona Inerior Daylight. Click Here to download. Applicable with Vray SKetchUp 1.48.66 and above.



Guide in using visopts or VRAY options:

1. Download and place the visopt to any deisred folder
2. Open VRAY Sketchup Option, click Load. 


3. Browse the folder where you saved the file.
4. Open.

The new VRAY options will be loaded.

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